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Hurricane Sandy / New York / The Crane #1033076

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 31, 2012
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Amateur video of a tree falling on a car during Hurricane Sandy in Wantagh, New York, shown.

(Hoboken: Anderson Cooper) The crane still dangling over Manhattan in New York City shown. [In phone interview, crane and construction expert Richard GRAHAM - describes what has to be done to secure the crane and then get it down with a second derrick to dismantle the damaged part; explains the "weather vane" function of a crane.]

(Hoboken: Anderson Cooper) A look at what is left of the roller coaster in Seaside Heights, New Jersey, shown.

(Belmar: Randi Kaye) The role of Michael Irwin in helping fellow Belmar, New Jersey, residents featured; scenes shown from the flooded streets via kayak. [IRWIN - talks about rescuing people.] [Resident Irene McCANN†- talks about her house and what she lost.] [Councilman Brian MAGOVERN†- describes what happened to his house.] The timetable for relief for Belmar discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi
Duration:
00:08:00

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